Are you interested in investing, but have no idea where to start? The first place I always encourage people to invest is in their Tax Free Investment Accounts…
This is the next instalment in a series designed to help each and every one of you to live a financially free life, today we’re going to talk about where to invest for your long term future. From getting out of debt, to making a budget, to putting in place a system of accounts that helps you ensure that you always have money, to investing tax free, I’ve got you covered.
When you are free from money stress, you can use all your energy on loving your family and sharing your amazing talents with the world.
- [01.46] The first thing you need to do is get out of debt
- [03.24] The next thing you need to do is learn to love the budget – tracking and planning your money
- [04.16] Thirdly, you need to put in place a system of accounts that help you ensure you always have money
- [05.42] How Tax Free Investing Works
- [06.17] Why do I recommend this as one of the first places to invest?
- [07.41] So what should you invest in?
- [10.19] Investing in a Passive Share Tracker
- [12.38] Should you invest monthly, or one big lump sum?
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- How to start investing
- Active vs Passive (Index tracking) investing with Niki Giles
- From debt to investing in Property, Shares and Bitcoin with Vix Munro
- Investing vs. paying off debt
- Investing offshore in physical property and business with Lauren Cohen
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